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River Cats Return Home Friday for Action-Packed Short Series

It’s a packed schedule at Raley Field this weekend:

Equality Night with Project MORE, the Sacramento LGBT Community Center, on Friday; possible rehab appearances by San Francisco Giants stars Hunter Pence and Joe Panik; a hunt for Pokémon on Saturday; and a rare Sunday doubleheader will highlight a short three-day, four-game homestead at Raley Field.

Tickets are still available for the series. For more information, please visit rivercats.com.

And check back on their website to see the status of Pence and Panik, who have been playing with the team the past week in New Orleans. Pence is recovering from hamstring surgery while Panik has been out with a concussion. Their rehab schedule is still unclear as the team heads back to Sacramento, so stay tuned.

The unorthodox delivery of relief pitcher Tyler Rogers
The unorthodox delivery of relief pitcher Tyler Rogers
Catcher Andrew Susac, a Jesuit High school graduate, digs one out of the dirt.
Catcher Andrew Susac, a Jesuit High school graduate, digs one out of the dirt.
Yuba City native Max Stassi of Fresno rounds third after his home run at Raley Field on June 14.
Yuba City native Max Stassi of Fresno rounds third after his home run at Raley Field on June 14.
Gorky Hernandez is out at third on a force play
Gorky Hernandez is out at third on a force play
River Cats players sport their 4th of July uniforms during the National Anthem on July 3.
River Cats players sport their 4th of July uniforms during the National Anthem on July 3.
Andrew Susac's swipe tag a home plate is late.
Andrew Susac’s swipe tag a home plate is late.

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Juan Ciriaco is out at second on the front end of a double play
Juan Ciriaco is out at second on the front end of a double play
River Cats third baseman Myles Schroder makes a third-inning play on July 3
River Cats third baseman Myles Schroder makes a third-inning play on July 3

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Steve Martarano

Steve Martarano

Armed with a journalism degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, Steve spent the 1980s at The Sacramento Union, working as a sports writer, music reviewer and crime reporter, among other assignments. He's spent the last 25 years working in government public affairs for both state and federal agencies and currently is with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Bay-Delta office in Sacramento. Photography is his latest passion and for the past year has shot anything that has struck his fancy for the Sacramento Press, including local colleges, the Sacramento River Cats and Sacramento Republic FC.

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